Monthly Archives: December 2019

Least Lovable Need the Most Love

Remember that people are the least lovable when they are in the most need of love. #whoneedstohearthis http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Did You Know? #36 Love & OCD

Did you know? Romantic love is biochemically indistinguishable from having a severe obessive-compulsive disorder. #didyouknow http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Did You Know? #35 Music Affects Perception

Did you know? The type of music you listen to affects the way you perceive the world. #didyouknow   http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Did You Know? #34 Favourite Song Linked to Emotion

Did you know? Your favourite song is probably your favourite because you associate it with an emotional event in your life. #didyouknow  http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Did You Know? #33 Mind Rewrites Boring Speech

Did you know? Your mind “rewrites” monotonous speech of boring people to make it sound more interesting. #didyouknow http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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What is the Ostrich Effect?

The Ostrich Effect is when people aren’t motivated to believe negative information (e.g. deception, risky financial situations) as it isn’t in their best interests to do so – or it’s avoiding the fear of psychological “discomfort”. This is how some … Continue reading

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Most Unprofitable Item Is An Excuse

“The most unprofitable item ever manufactured is an excuse.” – John Mason #whoneedstohearthis  http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Did You Know? #32 Uncertainty Creates Stubbornness

Did you know? The more uncertain you are, the more you dig in and defend your ideas. #didyouknow http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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Duping Delight

Duping delight is when a liar is secretly extremely pleased that their lie is being believed, and their delight leaks through in the form of suppressed smiling. Duping delight can be difficult to notice. To me duping delight comes across … Continue reading

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Did You Know? #31 Vivid Memories Are Wrong

Did you know? Your most vivid memories are wrong. #didyouknow These are also referred to as flashbulb memories – you can read more about them here. http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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